Archive 6 January 2019

Angelina – 1-year old King Charles Cavalier – Stone, Staffordshire

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Name: Angelina

Age: 1 year old

Breed: Cavalier King Charles Spaniel

Can I live with Children?: Yes

Can I live with cats?: Not tested

Can I live with other dogs?: Yes, a must

Fostered In: Stone, Staffordshire

RESERVED SUBJECT TO HOMECHECK

Angelina will only be considered for a home with at least one resident dog who is neutered.

Angelina is a 1-year old Cavalier King Charles who is being fostered in Stone, Staffordshire. She is a very special young lady who, despite a rotten start in life, is a delight and eager to please. As with all Cavaliers, she is mild mannered and friendly.

People – Angelina loves people of all sizes. She is happy to be touched, stroked and petted and loves play time with adults and kids

Dogs –  Angelina needs a resident dog to help her to learn how to be a pet. She will only be considered for a home with at least one resident dog who is neutered. A young dog would be an ideal playmate.

Cats – Not tested

In the home – Angelina is still learning about being indoors and is very curious has her nose into everything and has a fondness for electrical wires and cushion zips. She can be left for short periods as long as she has the company of other dogs and not for extended periods. Angelina’s housetraining is a work in progress but she is dry overnight. She loves to be on your lap for a cuddle and enjoys running round playing with other dogs. She sleeps through the night on her foster mum’s bed so someone who’s happy to allow this is a must.

Out and about – Angelina has had limited exposure to the outside world but has started walking on a harness. Potential adopters will have to understand that she will need continued training and socialisation, at her own pace, in this area.

Type of home – Angelina needs home with someone around for the most part and a doggy companion she can learn from. With some patience and work Angelina will become a wonderful and loyal companion and family pet. She can happily live with gentle children but has not been tested around cats.

Please remember, if you have a dog and it is not neutered, it is against our policies to re-home a dog with you.

Angelina is neutered, chipped, vaccinated and up to date with her flea and worming treatment. Potential adopters will be expected to travel to meet her in her foster home in Stone, Staffordshire.

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Burt – 5-year old King Charles Cavalier

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Burt is a 5-year old Cavalier who has only just come into our care. We will be assessing his personality so we know the type of home he is looking for. Once we have done this he will go up for rehoming.

Ann – 1-year old King Charles Cavalier cross

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Name: Ann

Age: 1 year old

Breed: X Breed

Can I live with Children?: Older children

Can I live with cats?: Yes

Can I live with other dogs?: Yes

Fostered In: Crewe

Ann is a one-year old former puppy farm crossbreed who is being fostered in Crewe, Cheshire. She needs basic training and socialising to learn that being a loved pet isn’t scary and is much better than a dark barn.

People –  Ann is a nervy puppy farm dog but loves cuddles and attention. She is sociable although timid at first. Once she trusts you she will jump onto your lap and wag her tail for a fuss. Ann could live with older children who understood that she needed space and time to gain confidence. Children who understood the importance of being calm and quiet around her initially. Ann loves to cuddle up next to you and is never far away from where you are. Her tail is always wagging in the house and she is always pleased to see you. Ann is getting braver every day at coming straight up to people to get a fuss.

Dogs –   Ann is sociable with other dogs but can get jealous at times so will need to learn to share humans and toys etc as she settles. She tries to play with dogs and is getting more sociable at she settles in.

Cats – Ann barked at the resident cat initially but ignores it now and wouldn’t chase it. She also lives with two parrots and shows no prey drive.

In the home – Ann is fine to be left for short periods. She settles happily in her bed and doesn’t bark or cry.  Ann will take socks and toys if left near her but isn’t destructive – she just takes them into her bed.  Ann is learning what it is like to be a pet and how to share so she can sometimes get possessive over toys that she really likes. This is improving as she learns and settles into a routine in her foster home.  Ann is quite fearful in the dark so will bark when in the garden at night if something scares her like a tree creaking, or a letter box rattling in the wind, but overall, she is a very happy dog in the house who will run upstairs and sit on the sofa watching TV with you.

Out and about – This is currently a work in progress. Ann will walk on a lead but the outside world is quite scary so she needs encouragement and to trust the person walking her first. She is very shy currently when outside the house or attempting lead walks which is understandable given her background. Her fosterer is currently building up her confidence on a lead in the house and garden rather than overwhelming her walking elsewhere so this will need to be carried on by any prospective owner

Type of home – Ann needs a home with understanding people that will allow her to continue to build confidence without expecting a bouncy young puppy all the time. It will take Ann time to learn how to be a loved pet and enjoy walks and being outdoors so this will need patience from her new family. Ann needs a family that will work with her to continue house training and lead training. Ann needs a home with no other dogs or other dogs that are calm and non-reactive as Ann may take some time to settle in as she has done in the foster home. She tells dogs off but is quickly learning that gets ignored by the resident dogs.

Please remember, if you have a dog and it is not neutered, it is against our policies to re-home a dog with you.

Ann is neutered, chipped, vaccinated and up to date with her flea and worming treatment. Potential adopters will be expected to travel to meet her in her foster home in Crewe.

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